MSc Psychology

The Master of Science in Applied Psychology is a specialized program designed to equip students with a broad understanding of applying psychological principles and theories to address challenges in various domains, including mental health, business management, education, health, product design, ergonomics, and law. This professional course encompasses diverse subfields such as Clinical Psychology, Occupational Health Psychology, Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Human Factors, Engineering Psychology, Forensic Psychology, School Psychology, Educational Psychology, Sports Psychology, Community Psychology, Political Psychology, Positive Psychology, and Research Psychology.

Successful completion of the MSc Applied Psychology program qualifies candidates to work as professionals and researchers in these diverse fields. Eligible candidates should hold a BSc/BA in Psychology from a recognized university, with a minimum of 50% marks in both Main and Subsidiary papers. This program aims to prepare individuals for impactful careers and research opportunities by providing a comprehensive foundation in the practical applications of psychological principles across various sectors

Eligibility: Candidates who have studied BSc/BA  Psychology from a recognized University and secured 50% marks in Main and Subsidiary papers are eligible for admission.